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| May 14, 2010

The politics of boycott

As elections loom, how will the decision by Burma’s main opposition party to sit out the elections affect the larger efforts towards at democracy?

| May 01, 2010

A record victory, poorly attended

How will the April election results affect the prospects for sustainable peace in Sri Lanka?

| May 01, 2010

A deal is a deal

With the suspension of preferential trading access, the European Union has sent a strong message to the Sri Lankan authorities.

| May 01, 2010

Coca-Cola care

Decentralised funding is the only way to reduce Southasia’s continued sky-high infant mortality.

| May 01, 2010

Jungle theatre

Even in an age of multimedia, Zhadipatti theatre remains extremely popular in Maharashtra.  

| May 01, 2010

Running tourism

Why are running trails in Southasia not yet a popular form of adventure tourism?

| May 01, 2010

A diaspora begins

Has resettlement given a fillip to the cause of democracy in Bhutan? Will the right of return be far behind?  

| May 01, 2010

Beyond the ‘national child’

How to create storybooks for a plural world.

Between literacy and reading

The story of one publisher’s ‘new’ genre: the Tamil picture book.

| May 01, 2010

Three decades later

In a short period of time, Pakistan’s publishing industry has made great strides in children’s literature – though there is still a long way to go to ensure quality.

| May 01, 2010

The troll of children’s literature

Writing for children entails reaching out for the imaginative and enchanting in one’s own life.  

| May 01, 2010

Making children with literature

In Afghanistan, radio stories are helping to mend childhoods.

| May 01, 2010

Books that teach nothing

Let children read to be enthralled, not educated.

| May 01, 2010

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